Swami Chittaranjan Debbarma

My Home India has conferred the 8th Karmayogi Award 2021 on Tripura’s tribal religious leader and social worker Swami Chittaranjan Debbarma.

My Home India is an organization that does special work for the states of the Northeast.

The workers of My Home India also help the people of the Northeast to overcome their problems faced in other states of the country.

Chittaranjan Debbarma, after his formal education, joined service as Panchayat Secretary in Tripura.
In one of his official tours, he met Swami Shanti Kali Ji Maharaj.

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He was highly influenced by Swami Shanti Kali Ji & became one of his disciples.

Swami Chittaranjan Debbarma’s attraction towards social services made him more close to his guru.

Later when Swami Shanti Kali Ji Maharaj was murdered by insurgents, Swami Chittaranjan Debbarma succeeded him & took forward the initiations of his guru.

He also expanded the activities of Ashram for the issues of education of deprived, tribal welfare, organic farming, tailoring & others.

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Swami Chittaranjan Debbarma left his family to dedicate his entire life for society.
He is a yogi with karma as his supremacy.

“My Home India is proud to award Swami Vivekanand Smriti Karmayogi Award 2021 to a Karmayogi who is transforming life of marginalized in one of the remotest region of our nation. Come let’s together salute this Karmayogi,” My Home India said.

Earlier in 2020, Dr Subramaniam Bharati Konale was honoured with the Swami Vivekananda Smriti Karmayogi 2020 Award at Malaviya Smriti Bhavan.

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